This week's top stories included research revealing schemes could be paying 70% more to investment managers than at the beginning of the decade.
Also, drawdown users are on average accessing their funds at an unsustainable withdrawal rate, and the regulator's Charles Counsell will soon become head of the Money Advice Service. 1) Schemes are...
The restructuring division of KPMG, including its employer covenant team, will be acquired by H.I.G Europe.
Aviva secured record net flows of £8.5bn into its saving and retirement products in 2020, while bundled workplace assets under management grew by 14% to £81bn, its annual results reveal.
Nigel Peaple sets out the PLSA's focuses for the year ahead.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has confirmed that the pensions lifetime allowance will be frozen at its current rate until 2026.
Tender Watch: Access appoints Minerva for RI review; National LGPS Frameworks launches global custody solution
Professional Pensions rounds up some of the latest tender news from across the industry.